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 +====== Scrum Gathering 2015 Pechakucha ======
  
 +
 +====== Premise ======
 +
 +====== Summary ======
 +
 +  * Content rating (0-no new ideas, 5 - a new ideas/approach, 9-new ideas):
 +  * Style rating (0-average presentstion, 5 - my level, 9-I learned something about presenting):
 +
 +====== Action / Learning ======
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 +  * 
 +
 +====== Presentation ======
 +
 +====== Notes ======
 +
 +===== Richard Cheng - So You Want to be a Scrum Trainer =====
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 +Have to be experienced
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 +Know how to teach Book: Trading from the back room - Sharon burman
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 +Games have to payoff
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 +Build your own materials Your own style
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 +Have to be entertaining Keep energy up Read a room
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 +Be flexible Things will change
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 +Be involved in the community Local as well
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 +Network
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 +Have a support system
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 +Use feedback forms Read them and figure out the patterns
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 +Be ready
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 +Sometime you will fail
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 +Enjoy your success
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 +Always be learning and growing
 +
 +===== Alan Cyment - a sip of organic agility a day keeps the scrum away =====
 +
 +We are not really doing shu ha re But we don't follow the rules
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 +Scrum is a means to an end
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 +Adoption is plant / tree
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 +We are using a simplistic definition of scrum But it's actually dead - it's static
 +
 +We try to transplant our way of thinking We come across as arrogant
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 +Do one thing only - start on retrospectives
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 +Say two demands Let's try one person is the voice Let's see if it works
 +
 +This approach is slower
 +
 +Full of bugs Guide direction
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 +Prune current scrum What is stale - make them better Eg daily scrum
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 +Let people use rule of two feet If meeting not going well, walk
 +
 +===== Peter Green - changing the world of work - agile, lean and in between =====
 +
 +My Twitter feed looks like this vs that fights
 +
 +What are humans good at
 +
 +Creative economy Idea technology creative
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 +Lean Trust workers Continuous improvement Value from customers perspective
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 +Scrum Servant leadership Iterations Small teams
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 +Lean startup Customer development Iterative discovery Validated learning
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 +These are creative economy enablers
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 +Helps us deal with increasing complexity of world
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 +New organization - next Anti fragile Evolution purpose Wholeness
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 +Enablement Shared purpose
 +
 +===== Adele Maynes - pitching scrum to rebels and skeptics =====
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 +Influencing change
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 +Rebellious - skeptic
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 +Organization / team oscillate between these two
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 +Scrum - jump in
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 +Newness - rebel Proven - skeptic
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 +Losing the cool factor as scrum ages
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 +Relying on proven to much
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 +Now need to talk about what is inside of box
 +
 +Collection of individual or team habits
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 +Habits preserve mental energy Helps free up for decisions, more creativity
 +
 +Good message
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 +Skeptic - why of the practice or habit Intention Mechanism
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 +Be regular in normal work so you are creative when it is important
 +
 +===== Dhaval Panchal - estimates anchor benefits or why estimates make me frown =====
 +
 +Do you smile when you estimate Why?
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 +It's a guess Consensus driven but still a guess
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 +If estimate were accurate we would call facts
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 +Esp based estimate Statistics based estimate
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 +We don't know what we don't know Cannot quantify what I don't know
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 +Estimate predispose you to a solution Stops you seeing what else is possible
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 +We are telling a lie But treated as a reality
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 +We have uncertainty
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 +No such thing as a free lunch Time cost involved
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 +Bad business is if cost of estimate is more than work
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 +Penalties for early work Afraid of losing budget - gold plating
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 +Late work Cut corners
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 +Benefits in tolerance zone Anchored around this
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 +Guarantees inverted u shape outcome
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 +Frowns
 +
 +===== Michael Sahota - people over process =====
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 +Future of scrum is about coming back to roots
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 +Only thing that matters is people and interactions over process and tools Rest is blah, blah
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 +Whole hearted manifesto - we value people, period
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 +Agile practices doing agile different from agile mindset being agile
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 +Damage from agile initiatives - it becomes a whip
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 +Start valuing people
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 +Disengagement cycle (organizational debt) Fear -
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 +Need: Safety Trust Create authentic connection Vulnerability - most important
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 +When we see vulnerability in others we call it courage. In us we call it weakness.
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 +Book: reinventing organizations - Fredrick bull?
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 +Self organizing organizations
 +
 +===== Anu Smalley - product owner must be's =====
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 +Be product owner not do product owner
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 +Vision keeper Help focus on the right thing
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 +Story teller Tell the story of the vision of the product
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 +Single source of truth Definition, decisions,
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 +Manage the backlog Make sense of the chaos
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 +Prioritize the backlog
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 +Refine the backlog Small enough Clear common understanding
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 +Provide direction on the what and the why
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 +What should become
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 +Be engaged Customers, teams etc
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 +Be available Emotionally etc
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 +Be empowered Take on mantel of empowerment Responsibility
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 +Be decisive
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 +Be knowledgeable Know the product Understand business perspective
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 +Be foresight full Take the leap of faith
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 +Be part of the team Team is providing value Must be a PO in team, not an I
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 +Be collaborative
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 +Be value driven That is our job
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 +Don't just do product owner
 +
 +===== Peter Stevens - my agile suitcase =====
 +
 +Deal with ships on waterfall
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 +Bring questions
 +
 +Do you want me to be here?
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 +What are we trying to achieve?
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 +What is the biggest impediment? And how can I help
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 +What is your best project?
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 +What has worked for us in the past? Patterns we can emulate
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 +Who wants their project to be best every?
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 +Who is going to be the product owner Who is going to feel pain
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 +Where do it hurt the PO?
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 +Hey team, what does it mean be done?
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 +Where does it really hurt?
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 +Can you give us time to learn scrum?
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 +How can we work together effectively Scrum as a series of working agreements
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 +How do we deliver regularly? Engineering practices
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 +How do we tell it's working?
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 +How do we communicate with each other? Info radiators
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 +How do I take care of myself?
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 +How do I take care of my team? Ask for help
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 +When can I go home? Let's make this the project the best ever
 +
 +===== Brad Swanson - getting your team from good to great =====
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 +Values
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 +Trust Constructive conflict See Patrick loco I. - assessment
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 +Have agreement on dealing with conflict up front
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 +Have team values Create a team health check Are we living up to values Objectives of the team
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 +Agile principles self evaluation
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 +Right thing, thing right,
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 +Focus
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 +What is the right thing to do today
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 +Metrics for lead time, WIP
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 +Value stream mapping - where is the biggest delay / waste
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 +Make your workflow visible Put it onto screen
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 +Explicit policies for each step
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 +WIP limit Stop starting. Start finishing
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 +XP practice Bring discipline
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 +Visible impediment removal Make this visible
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 +T shape people Major and minor Flexible team
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 +Validated learning So we don't build thing people don't want What do we need to learn How measure Simplest thing we can build to test it
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 +Don't forget have fun with the team
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